Need help for fast working settings for rhino


(Shdlaud) #1

Hello,
I am a very starter for rhino so the question might sounds a bit stupid.
But anyway, I have sent few days on modeling complex machine-like building with lot of details
and now rhino is wayyy too slow for me too work… it would literally freeze when I turn the view even I just bought a really nice customized computer to work on.
How can I run rhino faster? Which settings should I change and turn off?
I heard something about meshes. If I change the mesh setting, is it possible to turn back to good quality setting and how?

Thank you so much for reading this.
Regards, Pete


(Pascal Golay) #2

Hi Pete - info on display mesh settings here:

https://wiki.mcneel.com/rhino/meshfaq

But it sounds like there is maybe more to it than that - can you please run the SystemInfo command (Help menu > System information, and copy/paste the output here?

-Pascal


(Shdlaud) #4

Hi,
Pascal
Thank you for your reply.
My setting was already on ‘Jagged and faster’
Although I’ve tried to look for systeminfo, since my rhino is vers. 5, I can’t
look for the output.
Is there any other way to send you the output?

Regards,Pete


(Wim Dekeyser) #5

You can take a screenshot of the OpenGL settings:
Rhino Options > View > OpenGL - like this:

Also, let us know exactly which Service Release of RH5 you are using.


(Wim Dekeyser) #7

Hi Pete,
The .3dm file you’ve posted was created with a cracked copy of Rhino 5.

Before you post on our forums again, please make sure you are using a legal copy of Rhino. If you do not own a legal copy of Rhino, you can purchase one from here:
https://www.rhino3d.com/sales/

You will find that Rhino 6 handles large models a lot better.
wim